Simon Mann : Monalign Ambiotic Journey [self-released]

“Deep ambience meets looping acid undertones on a Monalign Ambiotic Journey.

Australian Producer Simon Mann delivers three deep developments influenced by the sounds of acid and ambient techno. Bass driven beats interlaced with ethereal arpeggios, ambient strings and residential field recordings in a diverse collection of spaced out electronica.”

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Format: 3 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC
Released: 18 Aug 2019
Style: Techno, Ambient, Deep House

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Adapt : Live at Hirondelle Studio [self-released]

“Semi-improvised, full hardware, played by humans.”

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Format: 7 x File, Album, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 30 Jul 2019
Style: Dub, Dub Techno

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MELA : Mela Two [self-released]

Mela means to gather. We are a collective of musicians from Buffalo, Chicago and NYC that meet for the purposes of originality in a world of imposed forms.”

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Format: 10 x File, Album, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 1 Jun 2019
Style: Jazz, Fusion

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Fields Ohio : A Quiet Terror In The Hearts Of Millions [self-released]

Tracklist:
1. Piezoelectric House of Mirrors / How To Undermine Your Fellow Citizens
2. Communist Cowboys / Your Co Worker Is Plotting Against You
3. Drugged Senators / The Loneliest Cassette Tape In The World
4. Luciferian Tea Party / Sinister Postal Employees Heart Manic Commuters
5. Valentines For Dictators / When You’re Famous They Let you Do It
6. VHS Tapes From The 80’s / Kellyanne Kanye Conway
7. Clearing False Timelines / Jesus Christ Happy Hour
8. Subtopian Cabals / The Dark Lord Of Cable Television
9. Return To The Zero Point Field / Future Christian Olympics
10. Silicate Matrix Moonlight Towers / EMF Recordings From A Confused Pedestrian
11. The Dark Sphere / Grab That Flag By The P***y

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Format: 11 x File, Album, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 3 Jul 2019
Style: Downtempo, Trip Hop, Indie Rock

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RAPB3AR : RAPB3AR [self-released]

“In 2018, the television series Adventure Time aired its final episode ever. As my long-standing favourite show on TV, I couldn’t let this emotional and climactic moment go past without making something to honour it. And so, I present to you: RAPB3AR. A concept album set around twenty years after the events of the final season, it follow the grandson of Rap Bear (and son of Son of Rap Bear) RAPB3AR, a Soundcloud rapper with some emotional issues, as he struggles to control his lyrical superpowers, stay on the right side of the law and be true to himself. All beats by myself, using samples from the show’s soundtrack and title card music. I really hope you like, whether you’re a fan of the show or have never heard of it. Stay Mathematical, dudes.”

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Format: 15 x File, Album, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC
Released: 7 Dec 2018
Style: Hip-Hop

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Land of Fires : Petrichor [self-released]

“The first song on the album, Space, is a good place to start as it kicks everything off with large swatches of time and simple, delicate, and fleeting melodies that give each line room to breath, which then build into powerful and heavy sections. The second track, Petrichor, is a 22 min epic that is, in essence, the polar opposite of Space as it uses variations on harmonic motifs throughout it that build a compelling narrative of an approaching storm.”

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Format: 2 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC
Released: 10 May 2019
Style: Post-Rock

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Seamus O’Muineachain : City of Lakes [self-released]

“Recorded in Hanoi, Vietnam at: Bali Hotel, Gratoner rehearsal rooms, Guitar Plus, and by the banks of West Lake (Tay Ho) from November 2018 to May 2019. ”

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Format: 9 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC
Released: 21 Jun 2019
Style: Ambient

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